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Stronger Evidence for EPA Endangerment Finding

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Dec 17, 2018

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Numerous outlets reported on a new paper backing up the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's 2009 Endangerment Finding. The Science  study, co-led by Chris Field and Noah Diffenbaugh, indicates scientific evidence supporting the EPA's regulation of greenhouse gases is even stronger and more conclusive now. The paper could strengthen challenges to proposed efforts to rollback emissions standards and carbon emissions regulations in the United States. 

 

Media Coverage

New scientific evidence strengthens case for regulating greenhouse gas emissions - The Hill, Dec. 23, 2018

Study finds support for 2009 EPA finding on climate changeCBS News, Dec. 14, 2018

Crucial climate decision 'much stronger now'E&E News, Dec. 14, 2018

Decade of Climate Evidence Strengthens Case for EPA's Endangerment FindingInside Climate News, Dec. 14, 2018

Climate Researchers To World: Wake The Hell UpScienceBlog, Dec. 14, 2018

Mountain of Evidence Confirms: Climate Change Is Really, Really Bad for Human Health and Well-BeingLive Science, Dec. 14, 2018

Scientific Basis For EPA’s Endangerment Finding Stronger Than EverEurasia Review, Dec. 14, 2018

Study: EPA endangerment finding looks even better with ageE&E News, Dec. 13, 2018

New Study Could Make It Harder for Trump’s EPA to Ignore the Dangers of Greenhouse GasesGizmodo, Dec. 13, 2018

Study: 'No Scientific Basis' For Challenges To EPA Endangerment Finding - WBUR, Dec. 13, 2018

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